The Sentinel-Record/Mara Kuhn NEW CONCEPT: Lt. Andy Harvey, of the Dallas Police Department command staff, who is an expert on procedural justice, discusses the concept Tuesday at the Hot Springs Police Department. Harvey will teach a course on the subject to every HSPD police officer, civilian employee and Hot Springs Animal Control employee in the next three days.

The Sentinel-Record/Mara Kuhn NEW CONCEPT: Lt. Andy Harvey, of the Dallas Police Department command staff, who is an expert on procedural justice, discusses the concept Tuesday at the Hot Springs Police Department. Harvey will teach a course on the subject to every HSPD police officer, civilian employee and Hot Springs Animal Control employee in the next three days.

HSPD staff undergo new training to enhance community relations

By Steven Mross
This article was published March 30, 2016 at 4:00 a.m.

Every Hot Springs police officer and civilian employee will undergo training beginning today in a "relatively new concept" of procedural justice that emphasizes better communication and relationships with the community in the future.

The Sentinel-Record/Mara Kuhn BREAKING IT DOWN: Hot Springs Interim Police Chief Jason Stachey, left, and Dallas Police Lt. Andy Harvey, an expert on ...

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